Zombie Photography: What Is the Photographic Image Still Doing?
Andrew Dewdney is a professor of educational media at the School of Arts and Creative Industries at London South Bank University (LSBU) and a co-director of The Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (CSNI), which he co-founded with Katrina Sluis and Daniel Rubinstein in 2012 and which has since been joined by Annet Dekker, Geoff Cox and Elena Marchevska as co-directors. He has a long association with photography in education and radical photographic practice. Dewdney has written and published widely and his co-authored books include: Youth Culture and Photography (1988), Racism, Representation and Photography (1994), Down But Not Out (1994), The Digital Media Handbook (2006), and Post Critical Museology: Theory and Practice in the Art Museum (2013). He has contributed numerous chapters on new media and museology to several edited volumes and refereed journals. His most recent book Forget Photography (Goldsmiths Press) was published in October 2021.